DataVolt set to build sustainable data centres in Uzbekistan

DataVolt set to build sustainable data centres in Uzbekistan

DataVolt has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with three ministries in Uzbekistan that will see it developing green data centres in the market.

The Ministry of Digital Technologies, the Ministry of Energy and the Ministry of Investment, Industry and Trade of the Republic of Uzbekistan have all signed the MoU, which is aimed at Uzbekistan’s goal of becoming a sustainable digital hub. The agreement aims to promote digital transformation in the country as well as attract foreign investment into the IT sector.

DataVolt will develop, invest and operate state-of-the-art data centres, creating the first fully renewable large data centre campus in the region. The data centres will focus on high efficiency, innovation and sustainability solutions.

Rajit Nanda, Chief Executive Officer of DataVolt mentioned: “In line with Uzbekistan’s sustainability goals, we target to build data centres with the lowest carbon emissions. We believe that this project will have a positive impact on the Uzbek economy and people and help to make Uzbekistan a digital leader in the region.”

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